UnZipper for Mac
People use archives in order to easily and securely transport various files from one computer to another. However, some operating systems, like Mac OS X already integrate tools to uncompress archived content, so, why would you pay for an archiving solution?
UnZipper is an unzipping tool that you can download from the Mac App Store after paying the small sum of 1.99$. The application enables you to uncompress files that were created with WinZip and also provides you with the means to uncompress password-protected files.
On top of that, UnZipper was specifically designed in order allow you to select the file and destination folders for unzipping. What's more, you must double click the zipped file in order to unzip it.
The application includes complete support for a large number of files, like LhA, Stuffit, RAR, ZIP, TarGZ, BZip and others.
Using the application is very simple, you just have to download it from the Mac App Store. Once downloaded, it will automatically be used as the default compression tool when you need it.
All in all, UnZipper is a small application that brings the same functionality provided by the Archive Utility included in OS X or the Stuffit application. I think that paying for an application which you can use simply for unarchiving compressed content is unfair, since there are a lot of better, free alternatives.